Fly to Antarctica
Two weeks of wildlife, intimate encounters, icebergs, and real science, all onboard an Expedition sailing Yacht
We are an Expedition Sailboat Company
We sail in the World's Southern Ocean and Explore some of the last wild places. We take keen travelers, Adventureres, Scientists, and Mountaineers where they want to go. Explore Antarctica, the Beagle Channel, Isla de los Estados, the Falklands, the Darwin Range and Fjords, South Georgia
Ocean Tramp is an Expedition sailing vessel built for the high latitudes. She is Aluminum hulled and has a very protected pilot house for steering. You want nothing less when going to Antarctica
Ocean Tramp allows passengers to get up close to the ice. Her size allows provides maneuverability and flexibility. We can get into places larger boats can not. We can also take advantage of opportunities as they arise – amazing light, a breaching whale, and that perfect shot.
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Isla de Los Estados
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Leopard Seals, King Penguins and Snow – did our Antarctic season start early? No – we are in Isla de los Estados and today we had all three. The days started with about 2 inches of snow on deck. It was sticky snow and perfect…
And we are officially on our first trip of the year. This trip is more exploratory and scientific – we have onboard Alejandro who joined us last year to confirm otters on Isla de los Estaods (success). He is now back to place even more…
New Citizen Science Project Quixote Expeditions joins new Citizen Science Project What do whales, Penguins, and seals all have in common? Yes you can find them in Antarctica, but they also all eat the same thing – Krill! (and probably the reason they all…
Ya estamos muy próximos a Malvinas, solo 200 millas. Las emociones se suceden semejantes a las olas que nos fueron acompañando y las expectativas vuelan junto a la ansiedad de pisar las islas. Estoy muy bien en este confortable y seguro velero, gratamente formando equipo…
The temperature at sea is interesting, as it doesn’t change that much from the morning to mid-day and very little from day to night. The ocean, water, holds heat so much better than land that it’s the water that dictates our air temperature more than…
For our sail south I stand 6-9 watch – both morning and night, giving me the privilege of watching the sun rise and fall. <br><br> When I come on shift at 6, the sky is a deep grey-black with just enough contrast to barely make…
Late Summer Newsletter published Climate Science, Amazing books, and upcoming trips YES – the Late Summer Newsletter is out. Don’t let the end of Summer get you down, because spring is just around the corner down here in the South! Read on for more info…
Washington Climate Researcher selected to join Antarctic Expedition Expedition tour operator sponsors scientist to calibrate climate change in the Southern Ocean FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 4, 2017 Ushuaia, Argentina. Bradley Markle, who just completed his PhD at the University of Washington, has been selected to join the expedition sailing vessel…